Palazzo Bruni-Ciocchi is a renaissance building known as tha palazzo della Dogana (custom-house) because of its 19th century function. It was built half way througth the 15th century, following a project attributed to Bernardo Rossellino.
Situated at the crossroads of via S.Lorentino and via Garibaldi, it has been owned, during the course of the centuries, by the Bruni, the Ciocchi and the Barbolani families and has been questionably restructured on various occasions.
After the Restoration, the government of Tuscany turned it into the seat of the customs and state monopolies (salt and tobacco). It was greatly restored after the last war, and now houses the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art.
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